|Bid||16.74 x N/A|
|Ask||16.74 x N/A|
|Day's range||16.60 - 16.86|
|52-week range||10.09 - 17.00|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||N/A|
|PE ratio (TTM)||14.40|
|Earnings date||22 May 2023|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|Ex-dividend date||12 Feb 2015|
|1y target est||16.11|
Load factor in May swells to 94% at Ryanair (RYAAY) owing to upbeat traffic.
Ryanair carried 17 million passengers during the month and Wizz Air a little over five million.
Lufthansa's purchase of a minority stake in Italy's loss-making ITA Airways injects fresh momentum into a wave of consolidation in Europe's fragmented aviation market that could see more mid-tier national carriers snapped up. The German group will be judged on whether it can make the successor business to Alitalia profitable in coming years, potentially setting the scene for large airline groups to swoop on more national carriers that have fallen prey to competition. "It's further evidence that consolidation in the European airline industry is continuing and in my view necessary," Lufthansa CEO Carsten Spohr said of the deal last week.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) -Ryanair delivered a petition signed by 1.1 million EU passengers to the European Commission on Wednesday, demanding overflights be protected from air traffic control (ATC) strikes, particularly in France, to help avoid travel disruption. Earlier this month, the trade group Airlines for Europe, which represents companies such as Lufthansa and Air France-KLM as well as Ryanair, also called on the Commission to take action. CEO Michael O'Leary told reporters France's location meant the cancellation of flights merely passing through its airspace during local strikes was particularly disruptive and polluting.
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BRUSSELS (Reuters) -Ryanair on Wednesday won its challenge to an EU decision allowing Italian aid to pandemic-hit airlines, the second such victory in two weeks for Europe's largest budget carrier. The Irish airline has filed more than a dozen lawsuits against billions of euros in what it said was unfair state aid granted to airlines across the 27-country European Union and approved by the European Commission. The EU's Luxembourg-based General Court on Wednesday annulled the Commission's clearing of the Italian state aid, saying the competition enforcer had failed to explain in a clear and unequivocal way why it had not opened an investigation and had given its approval.
Ryanair's (RYAAY) fourth-quarter fiscal 2023 results benefit from solid traffic recovery.
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Ryanair has inched closer to profit highs last seen by the company in 2018, with the Irish carrier carefully considering the impact of Boeing delivery delays and its ability to grow its passenger numbers in the year ahead.
Air fares jumped 50% on levels seen a year earlier, to an average of €41 (£36).
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The Dublin-based airline’s profit haul for the 12 months to March 31 compares with a net loss of 355 million euros (£309 million) the previous year.
Europe’s largest airline says it is optimistic it will make even more this year after ordering more aircraft
Ryanair aims to boost profit by 10% this year after almost record earnings for its last financial year, CEO Michael O'Leary said on Monday, and it may do better if rival airlines' "irrationally exuberant" summer fare forecasts are right. Europe's largest airline by passenger numbers said it expects 10% traffic growth this year to more than offset a 1 billion euro ($1.1 billion) fuel bill rise as it posted slightly better than expected post-tax profit of 1.43 billion euros. O'Leary said robust demand showed customers were treating travel as essential this summer and that fares would grow by a double digit percentage.
European stock markets traded in a mixed fashion Monday, with investors cautious as negotiations surrounding the potential raising of the U.S. debt ceiling continue. At 03:20 ET (07:20 GMT), the DAX futures contract in Germany traded 0.3% lower, CAC 40 futures in France dropped 0.2%, while the FTSE 100 futures contract in the U.K. dropped 0.1%. Europe's macro calendar is fairly light today, with May eurozone consumer confidence data and speeches from European Central Bank officials Luis de Guindos and Philip Lane the main highlights.
The era of cheap air travel is over, proclaimed Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary last year. How right he was. A week’s trip abroad to Europe in the summer holidays used to be standard fare for middle-class families.
Passengers will need to be checked in for domestic flights 40 minutes before departure and for international flights 60 minutes prior
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Ryanair (RYAAY) is seeing favorable earnings estimate revision activity and has a positive Zacks Earnings ESP heading into earnings season.
The European Union's top competition official on Wednesday said "all options" were on the table but did not indicate what her next steps could be after Lufthansa and SAS suffered a setback in Europe's second-highest court. The court also ruled in Ryanair's favour against pandemic state aid for SAS. EU Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager said she was analysing the rulings as a matter of urgency, aware of the uncertainty on the market.
Lufthansa suffered a setback on Wednesday after Europe's second-highest court sided with Ryanair and annulled a European Union competition regulator's decision clearing its state bailout. The court cited errors in the EU competition regulators' decision to approve the German government's 6-billion-euro ($6.60 billion) rescue package and said they also failed to provide incentives for a quick repayment. Lufthansa, which said it would decide on a further course of action after analysing the ruling, has already repaid the aid in full, which could limit any immediate impact of the ruling, although it could have consequences for future state bailouts.